Isn't this exactly how weird kids shows were in the early eighties? It's a miracle we're not crazier. Kids explain how the candy makes them feel, and dudes in colorful leotards do interpretive dances to their words. This might give me trippy nightmares.

Advertising Agency: Publicis Modem, New York
Executive Creative Director: Patrick Clarke
Creative Director: Roald van Wyk
ACD/Art Director: Jeff Prybolsky
Snr Copywriter: Chris Stevenson
AD: Dave Quintiliani
Project Manager: Darianne Monkan
Line Producer: Guille Iriarte
Technical Lead: Drew Ziegler
Production Company: Brite Productions (Argentina)
Director: Bill Moulton
DOP: Juan Pinnel
Editor: Pablo Glancszpigel
Sound Design: Bill Moulton / Hugo Carvallido
Colorist: Juan Manuel Casolati


Comments (6)

  • kgeiger's picture

    From what I gather, this film was created in New York and filmed in Buenos Aires for the US market...

    Aug 28, 2009
  • Neo's picture

    Germans seldom mock Germans quite that well.

    Aug 28, 2009
  • Dabitch's picture

    As the credits read, it was filmed in Argentina by Brite Productions, but the credits sent to us did read "Germany" - actually they didn't, my brain must have added that by mistake, there was no country in the credits - but you're right Patrick Clarke is New York. Afaik, it's meant to be web only.

    Aug 28, 2009
  • caffeinegoddess's picture

    So assuming this is targeted at the parents that buy their kids the fruit gushers? (like the BK square butts spot)

    it is very weird and a bit too long IMHO.

    Aug 28, 2009

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